These are the mask sheets haul from my recent South Korea trip. Didn’t bought much. Just around 14 sheets from three skincare brands.
Innisfree Mask Sheet
The masks from Innisfree doesn’t fit my face so adjustment need to be made. When applied it’s cooling on face and feel warm after removing the mask. The liquid that remain on my face is quite sticky. Having tried this three brands (Innisfree, The Saem and Tony Moly), I could feel that Innisfree mask sheet is of higher quality. Each mask cost 1,900 won (~RM5.70).
The Saem Mask Sheet
The Saem mask fit my face perfectly. My face feel warm right after the pampering period and the liquid is sticky. I don’t really like sticky liquid that remain on my face. Each mask cost 500 won!!! (~RM1.50). Definitely a bargain. 🙂
Tony Moly Mask Sheet
Another mask sheet that doesn’t fit my face properly. It made me wonder whether Korean women face are somewhat very different. Same like others, you get to enjoy the warm and sticky effect after mask removal. Of all the three brands, Tony Moly mask sheet has the best scent. Each mask cost 800 won (~RM2.40).
Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack & Black Charcoal Chin Pack.
Nose packs are normal stuff these days. I dislike the green tea because it being green means I can’t really see well the black+white heads on the pad after peeling. So I don’t really know how effective it is.
Now the chin packs is another story. I’ve never encountered anything like this before. I’ve been wishing for something like this since I have plenty of black+white heads at my chin. So this is cool. It does work. I can see my white heads being ‘suck’ out by the pad but I won’t say it’s really good. Not bad is more like it.
Each nose packs and chin packs cost 2,500 won and contain 10 sheets. That’s 250 won per sheet (RM0.75). What a bargain unfortunately quality does take a backseat when it’s the most important thing.